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Summary

Eating the ugly frog is the worst thing you can imagine to do on any day. The frog here stands for the most important thing that we put off doing, as it seems the most challenging one. In the list of your priorities, it is the most important thing that often gets neglected and delayed.

Brian Tracy prompts us to action with his insightful methods that have stood the test of time. The sky is the limit for your success, if you have trained yourself to eat that frog first every day.

Presented in a simple and engaging style, he reveals the secrets of great and successful people who achieved greatest heights in their career and life.

Why listen to the summary of a book when you have the original? Time constraint is the biggest problem. As you are flooded with lots of work and don't find time to go through the whole thing, a summary enables you to know the unique ideas presented in the book clearly and precisely. It saves you time, giving you the great advantage of having heard the original book.

Ant Hive Media reads every chapter, extracts the understanding, and leaves you with a new perspective and time to spare. We do the work so you can understand the book in minutes, not hours.

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  • Randyrn
  • 17-04-18

Very valuable!!!

Would you listen to Brian Tracy's Eat That Frog! again? Why?

Absolutely! I have the Kindle book, the full Audible version, and this summary. All are fantastic, but after you've gone through the comprehensive versions, these summaries are really helpful. Ant Hive Media does some good work!! I have several of their Audible summaries, and I find them VERY worthwhile. They nail the most important bullet points, which I need to be reminded of often so that the information can go from just something I've heard to something that is actionable in my life. As Tony Robbins says, "What you know doesn't mean shit. It's what you DO consistently that matters." Beat the bullet points through your head over and over until you find yourself taking ACTION on the information. And that's why these great summaries are so valuable.

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  • Ralph
  • 27-03-18

Good summary but new mist of it.

Good summary but new mist of it.
If you knew to this type of stuff -!perfect book
If your a old timer like me - then you might get one or two things

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  • Kathleen
  • 01-10-17

Just skips all over the place.

Not sure if the recording is bad or it was an attempt to skip large sections of the regular version, but it isn't listenable. Not a summary, or cliff note version like you would expect.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 25-09-17

Great summary!

I really enjoyed the summary, however I will be getting the book on audible as well. I like to hear each step in more detail.

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  • M. Riston
  • 17-04-17

Perfect quick synopsis

A great quick overview of the book. I have the full version in my library as well, but this serves as a great tool to catch up with. Only thing I was was changed would be that the chapter markings remarked the start of the steps instead of just the final over iew

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  • Motivated_mom5
  • 02-04-17

Why not

This is exactly what I've been searching for!!! He really breaks things down. I'm so excited to apply it to my life!!

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  • Stacey
  • 09-02-17

love it

at first I thought another book on procrastination control.but instead it's a book on procrastination conquering,and I can choose as many step as needed.

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  • Julie
  • 19-10-16

Phenomenal!

Wow! Such rich invaluable content in a short clip. This lifetime procrastinator has some new direction, motivation and sense of urgency. Very practical tips that I believe will make a difference. I highly recommend!

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  • Aaron L. Travieso
  • 26-01-17

Rip off

This is basically a regurgitated version of Stephen Covey's "7 habits of a effective person" with a title that encompasses the idea of habit #3. Which is "put first things first". simply put this is a rip off, the Authors writings, are what seem to be plagerisim. terrible

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